Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Barry M. Benjamin Featured Speaker at PLI’s TechLaw Institute 2016: The Digital Evolution
NEW YORK (March 29) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that partner Barry M. Benjamin will be speaking at the Techlaw Institute 2016: The Digital Evolution hosted by Practising Law Institute in New York on April 6-7, 2016.
Mr. Benjamin will join other industry leaders as a panelist on "Emerging Issues in Big Data and Analytics."
TechLaw Institute 2016: The Digital Evolution will provide attendees with the information they need to serve their clients in this ever-changing environment. Attendees will learn about security issues affecting new technology; legal issues raised by the emerging “Internet of Things”, as well as by disruptive and sharing technologies. To learn more about the event, please click here.
Mr. Benjamin chairs Kilpatrick Townsend’s Advertising and Marketing group, and is a partner in the firm’s New York office. His practice focuses on advertising, technology, and privacy law in the areas of advice and counseling, negotiating contracts, regulatory defense, and litigation. He represents clients small and large, from multinational corporations and agencies to start-up ventures.
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